Fairchild Semiconductor to Discuss Energy Efficiency at Embedded Power Conference

September 4, 2008

Fairchild Semiconductor’s (NYSE: FCS) technologist will discuss methods to increase energy efficiency in DC-DC designs at the Embedded Power Conference held in San Jose, California September 17-18th. Fairchild’s Mike Speed will explore technology and packaging advances in MOSFET and regulator design that significantly reduce converter losses in his presentation titled “Boosting Energy-Efficiency through Advanced Power System Design.” Fairchild’s cutting-edge technologies are instrumental in helping electronics meet energy-efficiency requirements for consumer, communications, industrial, portable, computing and automotive systems.

The Embedded Power Conference addresses critical power management issues that system-level designers are facing such as excessive heat generated by today’s high-powered systems; how software can increase efficiency and ways to save costs by enhancing power/energy density and new solutions.

About Fairchild Semiconductor:

Fairchild Semiconductor (NYSE: FCS) is a global leader delivering energy-efficient power analog and power discrete solutions. Fairchild is The Power Franchise(R), providing leading-edge silicon and packaging technologies, manufacturing strength and system expertise for consumer, communications, industrial, portable, computing and automotive systems. An application-driven, solution-based semiconductor supplier, Fairchild provides online design tools and design centers worldwide as part of its comprehensive Global Power Resource(SM). Please contact us on the web at www.fairchildsemi.com.

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